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9th - 12th Grade Curriculum 

Students at Princeton High School are offered classes to advance their knowledge, sharpen their skills, explore opportunities, and discover interests and passions. In addition to required courses, a variety of elective courses are offered, including courses on racial literacy, drama, video production, world religions, and computer program. A wide array of Advanced Placement classes are also available to students, including in world languages, English, math, science, and history.


Every student must be scheduled for a minimum of 30 credits per year. To meet graduation requirements, students must take:
Language Arts Literacy: 20 credits 
Mathematics: 15 credits
Lab Science: 15 credits
U.S. History: 10 credits 
World History & Cultures: 5 credits 
World Language: 5 credits (15 is recommended)
Physical Education & Health: 4 credits each year
Visual and Performing Arts: 5 credits 
Financial, Economic, and Entrepreneurial Literacy: 2.5 credits 
21st Century Life & Careers: 5 credits 
In 10th grade, students are also required to participate in a career awareness and community service. 

Program of Study

To see all courses offered at Princeton High School, please review our PHS Program of Study.

Curriculum by Subject

Click below to explore each subject curriculum in detail for Princeton High School.

Visual & Performing Arts

English as a Second Language



Computer Science

PE & Health

Business & Technology


Social Studies

World Languages